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Dover High School Gym

520 N Walnut St, Dover, OH 44622

Entrance to event on 6th Street.

This location is wheelchair accessible.


There will be food trucks at the Canal Town Book Festival!


113 W 3rd St

Dover, OH 44622

Magic Mugs

237 W 3rd St.

Dover, OH 44622

Mission Cafe

128 W 2nd St.

Dover, OH 44622

Dough Co. Doughnuts & Coffee

801 Boulevard St B,

 Dover, OH 44622

Mr. Hibachi Japanese Grill

111 W 3rd St.

Dover, OH 44622

El Pueblito Mexican Bistro

213 N Tuscarawas Ave #3139

Dover, OH 44622

Pangrazios Pizza

223 W 3rd St.

Dover, OH 44622

Sammy Sues BBQ

237 W Front St.

Dover, OH 44622

Krocker's Bar and Grill

236 N Tuscarawas Ave.

Dover, OH 44622

Hoodletown Brewing Co.

424 W. 3rd St.

 Dover, OH 44622

Miller's Creamery

211 W 3rd St.

Dover, OH 44622


Comfort Inn and Suites

1120 Gateway Place

Dover, OH 44622

Quality Inn

2024 OH-39 W

Dover, OH 44622

Hampton Inn

1299 W High Ave.

New Philadelphia, OH 44663


1256 W High Ave REAR

New Philadelphia, OH 44663

Local Sightseeing

Ernest Warther Museum and Gardens

The Warther Museum is home of the world famous woodcarvings of steam engines by Ernest Mooney Warther carved out of ivory, ebony, and walnut. Mrs. Warther's button collection numbers over 73,000 buttons in patterns, and her Swiss style gardens still bloom seasonally to this day.

J. E. Reeves Victorian Home & Carriage House Museum

The 17 room Victorian home, topped by a third floor ballroom, has been carefully restored by the Society to its original turn-of-the-century splendor and features the unique treasures of the original furniture and antiques that were the property of Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah E. Reeves, arranged as they would have been 100 years ago. These beautiful family furnishings can be viewed as guests take a guided room by room tour of the home.

Schoenbrunn Village

Schoenbrunn Village, founded in 1772 as a Moravian mission among the Delaware Indians, was the first Christian settlement in Ohio. Schoenbrunn Village is the site of several Ohio firsts—settlement, church, schoolhouse and code of laws. The village, restored to appear as it did more than two centuries ago, includes the original cemetery and 16 reconstructed log structures, as well as the church and gardens.

Breitenbach Winery

Nestled among the rolling, picturesque hills of Ohio’s Amish countryside is Der Marktplatz. This is the home of Breitenbach Wine Cellars, exclusive producer of an extensive array of award-winning grape, fresh fruit, and berry wines and Dandelion wine.

Norma Johnson Center

Established in 1990, the Norma Johnson Center consists of 303 acres of land with three different trails in east central Ohio. The nature trails are open from dawn until dusk every day. Entry is free and open to the public.

Historic Zoar Village

Explore this one-of-a-kind village and National Historic Landmark, settled in 1817 and home from 1819 to 1898 of a communal society of German religious dissenters. Visit restored Zoarite buildings and businesses and enjoy a walk in Zoar’s big public garden, preserved and maintained as it was in the 1800s. 

Famous Endings Museum

This museum located at the Toland-Herzig funeral home houses a collection of over 2,500 artifacts and pieces from famous funerals, and is considered the largest known collection of its kind!

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